Jennifer Lynnel Holand Reaugh

1977-2020

Jennifer Lynnel Holand Reaugh died at Central Washington Hospital Friday July 17, 2020 of cardiac arrest.

She was born in Omak, Wash., Dec. 14, 1977 to Nancy and Kerry Holand. Jennifer attended school in Omak and received an English Degree from Heritage Collage.

She loved to travel and garden and was especially fond of animals. She always had a dog beside her.

Jennifer is survived by her partner and loving caregiver, Jeremy Loucks; parents, Nancy and Kerry Holand; brother, Chris Holand; and Aunt, Reta Romine.

In her memory, donations can be made to any animal foster or rescue shelter.

Jennifer On Going Away

The sun came up as it always does

And today it was uncommonly bright and gay.

But you have gone away and the day's birth and light belies your fate.

Such a long and lingering sunrise when light-drawn months turn into dragonflies, Hopscotching from red geranium to bold yellow marigold.

But you have gone away, and dragonflies and flowers won't wait.

The northern July dawn turn from its steely gray to spotlight streaked carnation pink welcoming the coming day.

But you have gone away, gone away from sunrise skies to heaven gate.

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